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The following most recent TIPs Bulletins are just a few that have been released within the past couple of months, along with respective effective dates for upcoming rules:
INVESTMENT AND DEPOSIT ACTIVITIES
TIPs Bulletin 13-23 gives detailed information on how the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) board has amended Part 703 to allow federal credit unions to purchase Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS). TIPS will provide federal credit unions with an additional investment portfolio risk management tool that can be useful in an inflationary economic environment.
ALTERNATIVES TO USING CREDIT RATINGS
TIPs Bulletin 13-22 shows how the NCUA issued a final rule implementing certain statutory requirements of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act that pertain to using credit ratings to assess credit worthiness of a security or money market instrument.
REQUIRED LOBBY NOTICES AND STATEMENTS
TIPs Bulletin 13-21 reflects on how Required Lobby Notices and Statements information hasn't been sent out for some time. Regulatory compliance for required signs and posters should be reviewed annually. Of note is the change to the signage for the Equal Housing Lender poster to NCUA’s Office of Consumer Protection.
UNCLAIMED PROPERTY HANDBOOK
updated 04/26/16 07:15 AM
Plus, Title XIV Mortgage Updates
California State Controller's Office has issued an updated Unclaimed Property Holder Handbook with changes to reflect:
CREDIT CARD SUBMISSION GUIDANCE
updated 04/18/16 12:02 PM
Plus, Compliance Advice Webinar
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has issued guidance for credit card issuers with simplified instructions for making the required submissions under Regulation Z. Last year, the CFPB temporarily suspended this rule until April 30, 2016. Issuers have to submit credit card agreements to the Bureau by May 2, 2016, and quarterly thereafter.